Mexico revival spurs laypersons to aid in upcoming church plants
Thursday, December 6, 2007
A three-day revival was held from November 30 through December 2 in Ensenada, Mexico.
On the first night, 150 people attended the service. Before the event was over, just shy of 1,000 people attended the revival. Pastor Carlos Martinez prepared his church and God moved in a wonderful way.
There were 75 people who attended an evangelism workshop. In response to the teaching, many committed to help plant new churches and six people committed to begin in the coming days.
Reports from the Mexico and Central America (MAC) Region say the people in the church were hungry and passionate for God’s presence to be real in their lives.
--NCN News-MAC (Slideshow available)